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‘My 600-Lb. Life’: Dr. Now Says Thanks, New Milestone

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The beloved Dr. Now from My 600-Lb. Life took to Instagram overnight to share a new milestone with his fans, who he thanked for their support. People flocked to the comment section to congratulate him. Keep reading to see what milestone the doctor has reached!

Season 11 Of My 600-Lb. Life To Air In February 2023

In early December, it was confirmed that the newest season of My 600-Lb. Life would premiere on February 1, 2023. This came with a sigh of relief for many fans of the show.

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A number of viewers were relieved to find out that the show was renewed after rumors circulated about the show’s future. It has been reported that the show’s production company is having lawsuits brought up against them.

Other questions about the ethics of My 600-Lb. Life have come up in the past too. Many of the people featured on the show don’t have luck with their weight loss. Oftentimes, it seems like TLC chooses to focus on these more negative stories than the individuals who are successful in their health journey.

Despite all of that, many people continue to follow Dr. Now and enjoy looking for updates on his social media platforms. Several months ago, the doctor hinted at the upcoming season of the show. My 600-Lb. Life fans have been keeping a close eye on his Instagram since.

Dr. Now Celebrates 600K Followers On Instagram

Now that Season 11 has been confirmed by TLC, even more people have been looking for updates from Dr. Now. This is evidenced by his most recent post on Instagram, sharing that he’d reached 600,000 followers on the platform.

Dr. Now captioned the post, “Thank you for your continued support, Happy New Year!” followed by a slew of hashtags. Many people took to the comment section to show support for the celebrity doctor.


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“I lost 170lbs, watching your show helped me get up and start moving. Thank you so much,” one person commented. “Happy New Year, Dr. Now! I’m a long-time fan and love what you do to change people’s lives. Stay well!” another added.

While Dr. Now continues to provide light updates on the show on Instagram, fans can expect to see him return to the small screens with a new set of patients on February 1. The series will run on TLC at 8 p.m. EST on Wednesdays.

Will you be tuning into the upcoming season of My 600-Lb. Life? Let us know in the comments!

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